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    July 18, 2011
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good morning, i'm amy hollyfield. activists from san francisco today will call for the f.b.i. to get involved and to be creative all in the actions of police involved shootings over the weekend. >> i'm nick smith live in richmond where police are looking into two shootings and investigating their possible connection. i'll have a live report. >> check out some of the fog is trying to make it into the bay area. it's getting a late start. most of it will be clear this morning and lack of a strong sea breeze and warming trend is finally here. >> i'm sue hall and carmegeddon didn't happen. we'll follow your monday morning commute. thank you so much for starting your week with us.
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i'm kristen sze. >> san francisco police are bracing for a protest in the bay area district after an officer shot and killed a man over the weekend. did that machine have a gun? amy hollyfield is live in the newsroom. >> reporter: police say he was armed and now there is new video that appears to prove it. they say there appears to be a handgun near the scene. watch. someone in a striped hoodie comes out grabs it and then runs away. this is why police did not recover a gun on the scene on saturday but they have recovered a gun that is the suspect gun that shot at officers. people have questioned whether the man was armed. the person who posted the video to youtube he was frustrated that police were speaking out
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without knowing the facts. >> this was people who was actually innocent and who are actually not at fault and, you know, it confused the whole situation. >> he didn't want his identity revealed for his safety. police say now kenneth harding the man they shot was wanted for questioning in seattle that hurt three people and killed a pregnant woman. that happened in wednesday. harding is a parole ee they say she ran and was shooting at police over his shoulder. some san franciscans don't think he was armed. today there will be a prisoners press conference to investigate the case.
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meanwhile, richmond police are trying to find a gunman who shot three people killing two of them. there was another shooting nearby shortly before that one. nick smith is live at richmond police department with details on a violent night. >> and now police are telling us they believe those shootings may have been connected. you know it was a busy night for richmond pd but take a look at this video. they are investigating a double homicide that took place around 10:15 in 400 block of bissel avenue. three people were shot. a man and woman were shot and killed. they were found lying on the sidewalk and both were pronounced dead at the scene. a female in her 20s was also shot and is listed in critical condition. earlier reports say the three were standing outside an apartment building at the time of the shooting. there has been no suspects and no arrests but richmond pd are investigating the homicide to an
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earlier shooting where a man in his 20s was shot around gertrude avenue. he is listed in critical condition and as with the other case there are no arrests and there have been no suspects but we are expected to speak to richmond pd later this morning and tell us about the possible connection between those two separate shootings. we're live in richmond, nick smith, "abc 7 news". could casey anthony be in california? she has begun to keep a low profile following death threats when she was acquitted of murdering her two-year-old daughter. she walked out of jail with her attorney. she left the building to shouts of baby killer from a heckling crowd and then went to the airport and boarded a single-engine plane owned by a wealthy california attorney. she was found guilty to lying to investigators.
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>> 'casey on the plane, all she said nothing else. >> we have learned the same plane landed here in the bay area. the plane talked off from florida and landed in san carlos at 5:00 last evening. it made several stops in john wayne airport in orange county before it got to the bay area. abc7 spoke to the pilot that claimed there were five men on board when it landed. >> flags will fly at half-staff to honor a fallen soldier from san jose. he died when his unit came under enemy fire in afghanistan on july 5th. he served six years in the army and ten years in the marine corps. his coffin arrived aboard a chartered jet at moffett field. military medals will be awarded
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in daly city. a new report says muni's former chief could end up running a bart. a headhunter approached former muni chief nathaniel ford to fill the general manager post formally held by dorothy dugger. they say that the agency plans to save time and money by not conducting a nationwide search. organizers of this year's aids walk are calling it a huge success after topping last year's total of $3 million. the event's 25th anniversary and 25,000 people took part in the walk through golden gate park yesterday. they raised more than $3 million and the money goes to the san francisco aids foundation as well as 48 other organizations
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around the bay area. >> it's great. its wonderful event. it's really about people from all over the bay area, from all walks of life, coming together, creating a community that is united behind one goal that is to end aids. >> dan ashley served as emcee at yesterday's walk. speakers included ed lee and actor al a7b9sdz u9sdz.
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by the afternoon hours, you can see the 80s in the south bay. >> we'll be in the mid to upper 70s in the north bay valleys with a lot of mid to upper 70s until you get to half moon bay, richmond and low to mid-50s and 59 in oakland. let's head down to the monterey bay and show you how it's going to be clear here. low 70s for everybody else and then low to mid-80s as you head inland. here accu-weather seven-day forecast. still taking those baby steps to warmer weather but by the time thursday, we're about five to eight degrees warmer and then hang out in the near 90s inland and near 80 at the bay and
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mid-60s around the coast. good morning. we've got a problem around morgan hill area. northbound 101, jackknifed big rig and we're getting word from the chp that has been cleared. there may be flashing lights there. ace train number 1 five to ten minutes late. you got slow traffic in san jose also. southbound guadalupe parkway, a little slowing. highway 87 doesn't look like any slowing there. that is just south of area there. so far so good this morning. no major stalls or accidents to report to you. kristen? the city got paid for the ads. now, they wanted to get paid for those damages the ads caused and they are ready to sue
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advertisers over what those have done to city buses. and kicking open the record books. the historic achievement that sparked a national holiday this weekend. record at the box office, how the final harry potter movie ranked.
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america's money. four ceos there is an economic recovery in your future. in an interview, they say the improving economy is the result of decreasing oil prices and getting over the japanese earthquake. >> today general motors will announce it's investing more than $300 million to update the assembly plant in flint, michigan that will preserve several hundred jobs. >> it appears that the second largest bookstore chain will be liquidated. last night was deadline to keep borders in business and there were none. they have 400 stores and employs 11,000 people. a new business survey, hiring will pick up through the rest of the year as they predict slower growth. they say 43% of respondents say their firms will likely increase employment in the next six months.
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highest number in a year. none planned significant layoffs. manufacturing segment has the strongest outlook and some don't plan on hiring. >> today san francisco city attorney plans to file a lawsuit over to damage to muni buses. he is seeking more than a $100,000 for paint damage caused by applying and removing advertising displays. he provided "abc 7 news" with these pictures. the city's offices says they have tried to resolve the claims but we weren't able to get a comment on the lawsuit from cbs outdoor. >> and world cup fines, japanese defeated the u.s. team in a dramatic show. and the celebration in tokyo.
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>> japan's victory capped an emotional run for the underdog. they upset local favorites germany and sweden to reach the finals all the while trying to heal a wounded nation. the game started at 2:45 on a monday morning. fans got the victory they waited for so long. never give up attitude is what the country needs, they said. elementary school coach says i have no words. they have inspired a country from a disaster. it's been four months since the earthquake and tsunami killed 25,000 people. the players have dedicated each
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game to those victims and in this final game they lifted the nation once again. back here. boy wizard has vanquished the dark knight. >> the boy that has come to die. >> according to industry estimates, harry potter deathly hallows took in $161 million and that topped a record. worldwide, they topped $475 million putting it on course to be franchise's first billion dollar hit. tran formser dark side of the moon dropped to number two.
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so how about it. did you guys go see harry potter >> yeah it was awesome. a lot of adults were crying. >> do you need kleenex? >> and shedding a few tears. summer is going to come back. >> we'll try. going to bring back heat but not what we're dealing with the rest of the country with the deadly heat that they going to be having in their neighborhoods. a warming trend is in store. here is one of the reasons why, lack of clouds this morning from emeryville back to san francisco. all the way to the coast where some of the clouds are trying to push over san francisco but it's going to be a very futile attempt because it's pretty late in the morning for it to make much progress. let's take a look at some of those ragtag clouds that are trying. temperatures we're running still
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about 48 in half moon bay. antioch down in the 50s along with everybody else. around the monterey bay, we have a few clouds hanging around and temperatures in the low to mid-50s as you head inland. mostly sunny and warmer today. more clouds tonight. coastal drizzle is possible and even with the clouds, a warmer week is ahead but nothing too hot that we can't handle. no heat waves in this forecast. for today, 24-hour temperature change, same in oakland, 59. one degree warmer in san francisco and you can see the jump about 3 in santa rosa, 5 in fremont, 8 in concord and 9 in san jose. that is pretty significant. that is something you'll definitely feel if you spend time outside. here is a look at clouds, 5:00 this morning through about 9:00. you see the clouds try to push into the bay and one once the sun comes up, it will hang out there for the better part of the afternoon. parts of the coast will see a lot of the coast. 70s around the bay and more 80s in the east bay and south bay.
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in fact we've got everybody in low to mid 80s there. except for sunnyvale and milpitas in the upper 70s. 74 in san mateo. only 72 in millbrae. low to mid-60s along the coast today. downtown, south san francisco and sausalito mid to arm 60s. a lot of mid to upper 70s in the north bay valleys. heading farther to the north, low to mid-80s for you and a little breezy at the beaches. richmond and berkeley, upper 60s but low to mid-80s along the east bay shore. east bay valleys, low to mid-80s. comfortable not needing the air conditioner. same thing around morgan hill, hollister, upper 50s to low 70s. giants' game, relatively cloud few clouds will roll in late, 62 dropping down to about 58 degrees. our temperatures tonight with a little more cloud cover will hang out in the mid to upper
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50s. you be see a few patches of drizzle but they will be very light and very, i would say few and far between. monday, wednesday and thursday, temperatures around 90 around the bay to 80. mid-50s at the coast and put it on autopilot for friday through sunday. so far we are looking at very light traffic this monday morning commute. that is good news. bay bring toll plaza, metering lights remain off as you head into the san francisco. let's pop over to walnut creek and how things are faring on 680. drive on to north main on to 24 junction. no reports of problems there. even the westbound 24 is moving at the limit all the way to and through the caldecott tunnel. we do have an issue with ace train, still running 5-10 minutes late. no further mass transit issues.
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bart and muni, caltrain is everything on schedule. abc7news.com is the website and click on bay area traffic for the latest. it's 5:21 and up next, do you think an airlines should owe you money when it sends your luggage to the wrong airport? one lawmaker says, you bet. >> facebook flash mob, concerns that it's gone wild. ic
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good morning, it's 5:32. monday morning and crystal
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clear. we could have cloud but not like the past few mornings, expect slightly warmer temperatures that mike will tell you about coming up. and how hot the drivers are getting out there. should there be accidents or traffic jams. more news. this one, it happened? australia. they gave two mothers the wrong newborns. staff mixed up the babies, sent them home where the moms breasted fed the other child and they something was wrong. they need to check the i.d. bracelets more carefully from now on. a new rule will force airlines to refund baggage fees when it's permanently lost. charles schumer also wants airlines to pay back the fees upon a passenger's request when
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a bag is delayed. if airlines don't voluntarily comply he plans to introduce a bill to force the issue. baggage fees range from $25 to $100. >> announcement on facebook brought thousands of people to the north fork of sacramento river this weekend. they showed up with inflatable rafts after receiving an have i station to the party. 12,000 people to rafting gone wild. sacramento police and firefighters had to dispatch extra crews. they got a dozen calls of intoxicated people that were separated from their groups. >> i've been in the sheriff's department 20 years. the river is running fast, it's cold. with the alcohol, there could be a lot of injuries. >> running faster than usual because of the extra snow melt. a county ordinance does ban drinking on labor day on the american river.
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they may look at ways to extend the ban. a lot of people weren't wearing helmets or life jackets. 5:26. she was acquitted in the death of her daughter. next at 5:30. the possible new bay area connection to the case of casey anthony. >> and the break in the investigation into a burning body found in an upscale oakland neighborhood. >> while it's getting hotter here, nothing like the oppressive heat they are dealing with most of the country with 90s, even 100 in dallas. look at the eastern seaboard, mid on 90s just about everywhere. we don't have any delays right now but it's possible from the great lakes to new england. check out flight tracker at abc7news.com.
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it was a busy night for richmond pd, two separate shootings that may have been connected if a feud between two different communities. >> reporter: we are talking a volatile story in san francisco. san francisco police shot and killed a man they say was shooting at them. there is video, they say, to prove that he was armed but many have their doubts. good morning to you. check out this picture from roof cam. this is the thing we have seen not for a while, no clouds and warming tornado on the way and when the temperatures get back to normal. >> carmegeddon didn't appear for your los angeles friends over the weekend. we're going to check your monday morning commute here in the bay area coming up. so far so good. thanks for joining us on this monday. i'm kristen sze. our top story, richmond police
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are busy after violent night. four people were shot and two people died. nick smith is live at news department. do they think they are linked? >> reporter: absolutely. the lieutenant says he thinks the investigation will reveal information that it was a feud between two separate communities. take a look at the video. they are investigating a double homicide that took place around 10:15 in 400 block of bissel avenue. a man in his 30s and woman in her 30s were both shot and killed. they were found lying on the sidewalk and pronounced dead at the scene. a female in her 20s was also shot. they were standing outside an apartment building at the time of the shooting. there is currently no suspects and have been no arrests but richmond pd told me they are
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investigating that shooting with the connection to an earlier shooting with a man in his 20s that was shot around 9:45 p.m. near gertrude avenue. as with the other case there is currently no suspects and have been no arrests. back here live. the lieutenant told me just two minutes ago they do believe there is a feud between the different communities and they believe the shootings are, indeed, linked. she went on to say they are actively doing all they can to assuage fears and concerns and making richmond a safer place. protestors will take to the streets in san francisco today after the fatal police shooting of a parolee in the bayview district. it may turn on whether the man had a getting. amy hollyfield has an exclusive interview that police will pay
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close attention to. >> reporter: police say he had a gun and thanks to investigated posted on youtube. at first police did not find a gun but check on the video that shows a silver handgun that is near the scene near his body. someone in a striped hoodie swiped it and runs away. the shooting death of the 19-year-old man has created some intense emotions around the bayview district. people have questioned whether the man was armed. the person who posted the video to youtube says he was frustrated that people were speaking out without knowing the facts. we have distorted his voice and aren't release his identity per his request. >> i absolutely believe the police officers, i do believe that there was an armed person because you do see a gun there. i'm not sure, but it's amazing
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what was happening. the young man who picked it up, luckily they got. >> it they originally were trying to stop 19-year-old kenneth harding because he failed to pay his muni fare. they say he ran away and was shooting police over his shoulder and police fired back and killed him. he was wanted for questioning in seattle in a shooting that hurt three people and killed a woman. harding is a parolee from washington state but some san franciscans don't think he was armed so today there will be a press conference where they will ask for the f.b.i. to get involved. they want a citizen review panel to review the case. it's possible that casey anthony the florida woman acquitted in the murder of her
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two-year-old daughter could be in california. she walked out of jail in an armed escort. she was greeted by a chorus of a crowd that shouted baby killer. she is believed to have boarded a plane owned by a wealthy california attorney. she was found guilty of lying to investigators. she was worried about her safety her attorney wouldn't tell her parents where she was going. >> to have casey on the plane and all we got, she said nothing else. she walked out with $500. she is relying on other people and they want to make sure whoever she is relying on she is safe. >> the same plane landed in san carlos at 5:00 last night. before that landing it made several other stops including john wayne airport in orange county. abc7 spoke to pilot who claim
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there were only five men on board when the plane landed in san carlos. >> the naacp plans to picket u.s. airways over the deshon marman case. 20-year-old college student was kicked off a u.s. airways flight on june 15th over a dispute over his sagging pants. he was arrested for refusing to leave the plane but the d.a. decided not to file charges. they want a meeting with u.s. airways to find out more on the dress policy. all airways has not given a comment on today's protest. >> oakland police have identified a person of interest in the killing of a young mother ho whose body was dumped and set on fire. they found the body on thursday in the rockridge neighborhood. police haven't released information about the person they believe may be connected to the case. this past weekend, friends held a carwash to raise money for
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funeral costs in a trust for her son. >> not only to raise money for her funeral, she left behind a two-year-old son. we want to raise consciousness that this is an outrage and we have to do something about it. >> crime stoppers is offering a $10,000 reward for information leading to the arrest of her killer. >> layoff notices will be mailed out to 200 employees because of state budget cuts. presiding judge will hold a news conference at 10:30 this morning to outline the cuts. our media partner san jose mercury news report that state courts are trying to figure out how do to deal with $350 million in cuts this year. they have warned about similar cuts next year, to expect possible rolling closures at the state's 58 trial courts. >> pg&e is telling residents in two east bay cities they may smell natural gas from pipelines
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today. tests are scheduled on gas pipelines in san leandro and fremont. pg&e called affected residents to tell them that gas service will not be disrupted and the gas will quickly dissipate into the air. system wide pressure tests were ordered by state regulators after last september's explosion in san bruno killing eight people and destroy more than 30 homes. time is 5:37. if you take a look behind me you see more out there. yesterday morning, it was gray at this time. >> it led to cooler than average temperatures in the morning. we have sunshine and warmer weather today, even an area of low pressure to the north. that will keep most of the rain to our north. that is going to push some clouds up against the coast as we head into the morning and afternoon hours. they'll have a hard time moving inland. look at the winds, they are calm and a lot of areas. mountain view, livermore, oakland, half moon bay, barely
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at five miles per hour and just a breath in hayward and san jose at 3 miles per hour. because of the clear sky we're starting off cooler this morning from 1-8 degrees, except for antioch which is exactly the same. notice that extra sunshine that we get that will take our temperatures above yesterday's levels by about 1-9 degrees. everybody this morning, a few clouds especially along the coast. some are trying to spill in san francisco. by noon, just about everybody is free of the clouds so you see them hugging the coast from time to time. 62 in san francisco, 68 in oakland and everybody else in low to mid-70s. as we head into the afternoon hours, total sunshine and few high clouds, low to mid off 60s around half moon bay. 68 in oakland. a lot of mid on upper 70s, you can see the 80s as you head to the east bay valleys. 80s will dominate the bay and mid-60s at the coast. we are going back to morgan
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hill. we have a jackknifed big rig that has been cleared. chp is still on the scene and telling drivers be aware you see a lot of red flashing lights. so far it's not really slowing traffic. this is northbound 101 at bailey. chp on the scene there. ace train off to a bit of delay, reporting 5-10 minutes late. southbound 101 past the sfk center, moving well into san rafael. golden gate bridge no delays coming into san francisco. beautiful morning. it is. thanks a lot. 5:39. the phone hacking scandal cuts closer than ever to media mogul rupert murdoch. study on drivers have researchers doing a double take. next, grandma and grandpa versus mom and dad when kids are in the back seat.
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his links to news of the world scandal. she was released on bail after spending 12 hours in police custody. >> brooks.... >> there is no way a reporter can come in with a kind of salacious page 1 story without an editor saying, who is your source? >> brooks is the tenth person to be arrested. papers are accused of hacking the cellphones of some 4,000 people in search of scoops. >> a new study suggests that when you are riding in car kids are safer riding in grandpa than with their parents. 50% less likely to be injured when grand parents are driving. researchers say they believe older drivers may drive more
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cautiously than parents do when the grandchildren are on board. gold surges to a new record high. bloomberg business report is coming up. >> $50 investment that could get you a great deal on a bay area home. extreme heat is gripping the nation. i'll have the details coming up. >> i'm very excited. we are embarking on something that hasn't been done before. >> and a bay area science team celebrates a two-year journey into space. [ male announcer ] when mike rowe heads home, his family knows what to expect. but what mike rowe doesn't know is that his parents have armed themselves with unquilted viva® towels. wow, for me?
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swnrool welcome back. low pressure to the north, showers will stay up to the north, if you are heading up to eureka or chico, a scattered thundershower. it's going to be quiet south of there with 85 in sacramento to 95 in fresno, 109 in palm springs, 70s around san diego and mid-80s around l.a. heading to the sierra we should see mainly sunny conditions in tahoe, 76. first time home buyers have a chance for a great deal in sunnyvale. starting today they can put down $50 and get into a lottery. the with respect will be able to
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purchase one of five single family homes are from prices ranging from 433 to $468,000. that is about half of what these homes should sell for. >> the nation's midsection is suffering under a brutal heat dome that has settled in. people in 17 states are suffering in a relentless heat with no sign of relief any on time soon. karen traverse reports. >> so so hot in omaha they plunge ice into the water to try to cool things down. this mid summer heat wave is gripping the middle of the nation. advisories are warnings have been toss ted in 17 states from texas north to minnesota and east to ohio n.five states, temperatures passed the century mark. it's expected who ver across the midwest for five more days before heading east.
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this week 40 states will see temperatures of on the degrees or more. >> not moving at all. looks like we'll be dealing with this high pressure system as it continues to intensity and grow in size. >> for beachgoers the soaring temperatures mean fun in the sun. >> we're coming out earlier before it gets packed. >> but for some people, elderly, extreme heat can be extremely dangerous. >> they will complain of dizziness, weakness, being light-headed and may even start to exhibit some signs of confusion. >> experts say to drink plenty of water. stay out of the sun and avoid strenuous outdoor activity. >> i don't think i'll make it too that far. >> not everybody is heeding the warning, these hard-core athletes participated in an ironman triathalon in raceni.
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>> it's hot. in stark contrast, here, i took the kids to the pool. they had to swim. i ended in the hot tub, couldn't stay in the pool. >> had one eye on them. >> exactly. >> it won't be that way but it won't be like that. it won't be oppressively hot. if we can get temperatures back to average i will be surprised. that is what we are shooting for. good morning. 5:50 as we look down from mount tamalpais on angel island. it's beautiful, belvedere and tiburon. looks like lots of clouds. isn't that amazing compared to last week? that is one of the reasons why we're going to see and feel warmer weather. got a few clouds, it's too late in the morning to make any head way to the east. let's take a look at those
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temperatures around and you can see that they are actually cooler than yesterday. all in the 50s expect for half moon bay at 48 but without the cloud cover. sun will spend all the warming hours warming the ground. low to mid-50s around monterey bay. we will have warmer temperatures 1-9 degrees. more clouds tonight. coastal drizzle but a warmer week with no heat wave, no oppressive heat. we're trying to get back to average which we haven't seen for a long time. 5:00 this morning, see some of those clouds trying to move in to san francisco, by 9:00 or 10:00, even the coastguard will see a lot of sunshine. winds very calm. they will pick up a little this afternoon. 70s around the bay, 80s inland.
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77 in sunnyvale. 79 in milpitas. low to mid-80s for rest of the south bay. 72 in millbrae and south bay temperatures in the mid to upper 80s. look along the coast. low to mid-60s for you. mid to upper 60s downtown san francisco and over toward sausalito. we jump in the low to even upper 70s to the north bay valleys. mid to upper 60s, richmond and berkeley and low to mid-70s for everybody else. low to mid-80s with 80 in danville and walnut creek, 84 in brentwood. morgan hill, gilroy and hollister. low to mid-70s around gilroy, hollister. at&t park, dodgers are in town, 7:15 first pitch, 62 dropping down to 58. 50s tonight and cloud cover will slow our warming couple depress but jump up to 90 inland and
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mid-60s at the coast and stay close to those temperatures throughout the weekend. good morning. we are headed back to morgan hill where there is a continuing saga of a jackknifed big rig, they are saying the right lane northbound 101 at bailey are blocked by the tow crews trying to get it out of the area. so far traffic in the area is not too bad. that is northbound 101 in morgan hill area. new camera shot, orinda westbound 24 at caldecott tunnel traffic is flowing smoothly. bay bridge toll plaza, no metering lights so far this morning. abc7news.com for all your traffic information. find bay area traffic. link is right on the left side of your computer screen. new details rupert murdoch may be struggling for control of his empire because of the phone
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hacking scandal in britain. good morning. sources tell bloomberg that they are beginning to question media's response to the phone hacking crisis and whether a leadership is needed. rupert murdoch and his son and rebecca brooks are scheduled to testify tomorrow at a hearing. some of bloomberg's properties compete with murdoch. casey anthony shows 17% would absolutely welcome anthony's of the not guilty verdict after she faced charges. gold surge go to a record high this morning after concerns about a u.s. debt crisis and government debt problems in europe. at the new york stock exchange, i'm jane king. caltrans will have to do major surgery on the san mateo bridge to repair a cracked steel beam that was put in place
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during a retrofit. the bridge will have to be closed for two weekends next year to do that job. wish boned shaped steel beam east of the high-rise section has developed a ten inch crack. crews made a temporary fix to the crack but permanent repair will cost an estimated $12 million. engineers are trying to determine the exact date of the closure but we will keep you posted. crew of the space shuttle atlantis will finish packing up today in premise raise of the departure of the international space station. cargo bay is spilled with space equipment and trash. atlantis will undock tomorrow and scheduled to land at kennedy space center in florida on thursday ending the 30-year-old space shuttle program. >> scientists in u.c. berkeley are making history. a satellite is orbiting the moon
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after completing a two-year journey through the solar system. was built by cal scientists. if this is the first time a pair of satellites will conduct observations of the lunar surface and surrounding environment. >> we are embarking on something that hasn't been done before. the university of california it's an enormous privilege to participate in this mission. of course, we're excited for all involved. >> the probes will travel in the same orbit but in opposite directions that will enable them to take 3-d images of the moon and looking for signs of water ice. just ahead at 6:00. new law that could have airlines paying you the next time your bags go missing. and big name transit director that may not have to travel very far for his next job. >> reporter: live in richmond,
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i'm nick smith and police are looking into two eave night shooting and investigating a possible connection. i'll have a live report coming up after the break.=x=x=x=x=x=xx
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in the headlines on this monday, an exceptionally deadly night in richmond where a triple shooting leaves a man and woman

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